For more information, see http://tasvideos.org/354M.html Paraphrased comments from the author: Here is my movie for the Genesis version of Lion King, almost 100 seconds faster than Ouzo's previously submitted one. This game roughly follows the plot of one of the highest grossing movies worldwide, but if you are watching this 'tool-assisted speedrun' for the story, you will be missing out. Topics: Sega, Genesis, Megadrive, The Lion King, Tasvideos, Tool Assisted, Speedrun, Dan
For more information, see http://tasvideos.org/96M.html Altered Beast is a game that looks like it could have been found in an arcade playing machine. In each level, the player must beat collect 3 powerups in order to transform into a powerful beast and fight the boss of that level. This game was one of the first games of the Sega Genesis system. This might look like it's an auto-scrolling game, but in fact the scroll speed depends on if there are any enemies on screen. The player tries to kill... Topics: Sega, Genesis, Mega Drive, Tool Assisted, TASVideos, Speedrun, Altered Beast, Dan
This is a tool assisted speedrun of Medievil for Playstation, performed by Torn338. For more details, visit http://TASvideos.org/3184S.html Topic: Medievil Sir Daniel Dan Forteseque PSX playstation TAS tool assisted speedrun
This DOOM 3 movie, which debuted on G4TechTV (and put on Fileshack on July 23rd, 2004, while Doom 3 was released August 2004 in America), offers a whole bunch of gameplay footage and interviews with the people at id Software about development of the game. Interviewees (in order of appearance) include John Carmack (Co-Owner/Technical Director), Tim Willits (Co-Owner/Lead Designer), Todd Hollenshead (Co-Owner/CEO), Kevin Cloud (Co-Owner/Artist), Steven L. Kent (Author of "The Making of Doom... Topics: Interview, G4, Doom 3, id software, John Carmack, Tim Willits, Todd Hollenshead, Kevin Cloud,...